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stef123

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    Stefan

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    Male
  • Ford Model
    Mondeo ST TDCI
  • Ford Year
    2006
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Fife
  • Annual Mileage
    20,001 to 25,000
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    Classic Cars
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  1. The clearances on modern engines are so tight i would like to see anyone get away with it lol.
  2. The valve damage will have already occurred. If it's turning over that means the valves are now clear of the Pistons.
  3. that's the most accurate thing I've heard all week lol
  4. Looking good, nice work
  5. a big coffee cup and pack of biscuits with 50% extra free lol
  6. Renault timing belts done have the best of reputations so safer to have it done.
  7. I've only had it happen once, followed by a fault code. When the fuel pump cannot get as much fuel as it demands or expects it will go into Limp mode. I put mine down to the paper in the filter waxing as there was absolutely no dirt or anything visible within. I was able to get home at around 60mph still but with no turbo and no power uphill lol.
  8. Hey sonic, You are definitely on the right lines with the tools. The laser locking kit 4347 is correct, you need one pin and the long bar from that kit. Dont worry about the tensioner pin, you won't need it anyway. Your new tensioner will come with one fitted that you remove as and when required. The cam sprocket holding tool is also fine. Now the flywheel locking tool is not essential but it really does help, probably more so since you have never done one before. It takes an extra 10 mins to fit, you simply just remove the starter motor and put it in place. A little fettling is required to get it spot on.
  9. I don't know, ask my father in law about that lol. For 5 years he never serviced his car despite it only costing him the price of oil n filter.. Until the smoke from the exhaust appeared and started getting worse until it was at the point where you couldn't see anything in rear view mirror. After fitting a new engine for him, he never misses an oil change now but it's all at a cost, the new engine, plus clutch, coolant, drive belt, oil and filter, other service items and any other parts I fitted come in around £400 instead of something like £18 a year
  10. Yes you'll end up in limp mode when it clogs up bad enough lol
  11. lol if you don't mind that would be great. I tried to get a set of the pins before but seems that everyone has discontinued them for some reason.
  12. Is there an official alignment procedure for the rear subframe?
  13. Do you want to earn another 4 quid lol
  14. How often are you changing the filter lol
  15. The bolts would need to be pretty bad to put 4 hours labour on it. Iirc there is 12 bolts in total including the anti roll bar bushes and they are all very much accessible.